Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century

by Afghan Institute of Learning
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century
Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century

Project Report | Aug 7, 2008
Snapshot (2008) of the Leadership/Human Rights Project

By Alison Hendry | Administrative Assistant

Between January and July 2008, the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) has held 8 Leadership workshops for 282 Afghan men and women in Herat and Kabul, Afghanistan and Peshawar, Pakistan. From these Leadership workshops, AIL has also developed Capacity Building workshops. From January to July 2008 AIL has held 4 Capacity Building Workshops for 69 Afghan men and women.

A participant of the leadership workshop said, “There is a lot of violence in our society, and this workshop gave me many skills that I can use to help my people, especially women, to save them from violence and self immolation.”

Another participant of the leadership workshop said, “I learned during the workshop that everybody has some qualities of a leader but we need to empower our selves. The leadership of Professor Sakena Yacoobi really gave us more energy to take steps to work hard for our people. I have a good economic situation and I decided to start a baby center to help those women who work outside their home. I hope I can do this, and because of the energy I got from this workshop, I believe that I can do it.”

A participant in a Capacity Building workshop held in Herat said, “I have attended many workshops given by different organizations, but the quality of instruction I received here was wonderful. This is because AIL finds out what the people need and designs good workshops.”

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Afghan Institute of Learning

Location: Dearborn, Michigan - USA
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Twitter: @AIL_ngo
Project Leader:
carolyn dunlap
Dearborn , Michigan Afghanistan

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